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New England may very well be the richest region for antique hunters in America. From the North Coast of Maine to Cape Cod to the Berkshires, “New England” is synonymous with “Antiques”. Spend a long weekend antique hunting while simultaneously enjoying the breathtaking scenery.

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Coastal Connecticut

North along the Connecticut coast from New York, or south from Rhode Island, is antique central. One of the best things about this area is that you’re never far away from the coastline. And this feeling of water, water everywhere is made even better by the charming towns from where the Connecticut river meets the Long Island Sound. Also here is Stonington, the only town on the coast with an active fishing fleet. You can find dealers in New Canaan, Darien, Ridgefield, Westport and Greenwich.  More »

Litchfield Hills - Connecticut

Never underestimate the amount of fine antiques a small town can possess. The town is in Woodbury, Connecticut, and it is located in the Litchfield Hill, the northwestern corner of the state. About 40 years ago, antique dealers from New York City, Pennsylvania, the Midwest, and the South began moving to Woodbury, wooed by its charm, ambience and landscape. Now Woodbury is home to more than 40 dealers offering a wide variety of impressive items. You’ll find many of those shops as you travel  More »

Mass Meets Connecticut’s Quiet Corner

If you’re interested in experiencing a high volume antique show, drive along Route 20 in central Massachusetts in May, July or September, where you’ll discover over 4,000 dealers who have come from all over the country to showcase their antiques. The antiques range from doorknobs and hinges, to garden ornaments, to textiles, to silver and jewelry. It is highly unlikely that you will walk away from this area without something in hand. Brimfield and its surrounding towns also present an  More »

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